OSI's news feeds allow you to see the latest headlines from soros.org, as soon as they're published, without having to visit our website to check for new content. News feeds are also known as RSS, which stands for "Really Simple Syndication". This method delivers headlines and summaries from many different news feeds to a single news reader.
How to Use a News Feed
In order to subscribe to an OSI news feed, you first need a news reader to read the feed. There are many versions, some of which are desktop-based and others that can be accessed using a web browser. Internet Explorer 7, Firefox, and Safari all include features that allow you to subscribe to news feeds. We list a few below.
Once you've set up your news reader, you are ready to subscribe to our feeds. Your browser or news reader should automatically detect our feeds and display an icon — — that will make it easy to download them. You can also click on the links below to subscribe directly.
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